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    C154BK - Spyderco Squeak

    We are excited to announce that the C154BK Spyderco Squeak is now available and shipping. This non-locking folder complies with most Restricted-Carry laws and is shippable to NY.

    For more info, check out our product page for the Spyderco Squeak.


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    Just ordered mine. Very excited to try out a slipjoint from Spyderco.

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    At 1.6 oz., it's virtually an anti-gravity knife.
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    Amazing. No comments on this from 7:11am posting to 4:25pm. Do people not like this little guy? Im buying to throw in my shaving kit so I always have something when I travel that wont get me in trouble in most anyplace!!
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    Been waiting for this one for a while Got 2.

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    Very nice addition for those living under tight knife restrictions. BTW, there's a typo on the product page. I doubt that the blade is 79mm thick.
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    79mm ?

    Not quite, but it is substantial at 3.0mm. It's a tough little Slipit. Legal, socially and politically correct.

    Thanx for the heads-up on the typo.

    sal

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    Sal,

    You're welcome. I figured that 79mm would be a bit tough on my pockets.

    BTW, you left 'ecumenically' out of your list of "corrects".

    Bob
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    I've been looking forward to this one a bit myself...kinda on a buying halt of sorts...but I wouldn't mind grabbing one of these if I can. Can anyone shed light on the corrosion resistence of the new steel?
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    79mm thick was a hair or two off... Thanks again for letting us know. I fixed it to show the correct thickness of 3mm.

    Quote Originally Posted by TBob View Post
    Very nice addition for those living under tight knife restrictions. BTW, there's a typo on the product page. I doubt that the blade is 79mm thick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dapagco View Post
    79mm thick was a hair or two off... Thanks again for letting us know. I fixed it to show the correct thickness of 3mm.
    Velcome. For a second when I first saw it, I thought that Spyderco might be taking robustness to a new level - a knife that also stops anti-tank rounds.
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    I could see a Spyderco/Strider collaboration being 79mm thick...

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    Thanks Sal,
    I really like this practicle little slipjoint, of which I find Myself carrying more and more. I also like this bladesteel, for it's corrosion resistance. My first knife with Bohler steel was the Wilson Arms ELC which I believe was made in Italy, by Fox knives, can I assume this was also made by Fox?. Glad You used this steel and good choice to have it made in Italy, where they love this steel.
    Thanks so much,
    Charlie

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    Hi Charlie,

    Thanx much for the knid words. Yes, Fox is working with Spyderco on the Squeak. They are doing a very nice job.

    sal

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